Please share with me your favorite place to stay in in Paris. We are going in Sept and the two little hotels I normally stay in are full at that time. We are a family group of 12 so it makes it a bit more complicated. Thanks for any suggestions of your person experience. I don't stay in expensive places...wish I could but, just don't have that kind of money. Thanks again. Linda

Posted by Irv
Beverly Hills, MI
470 posts

The only thing to do is to start looking at 2 or 3 small hotels, and do it NOW. To book 12 people into a small hotel you should have started in March or better yet February,

Posted by Andrea
Sacramento, CA
5640 posts

It is late notice for September, but you might consider looking at apartments too. I use and, and there are many other agencies that specialize in apartments in Paris. Apartments can be a real money saver.

Posted by Christina
New York, NY, 10025
365 posts

I agree you will have to settle for multiple places. September is crowded in Paris due to conventions and trade shows. Take rooms where you can get them!

Posted by shirley
Toronto, Canada
341 posts

I rented a three bedroom apartment from in June of this year. The apartment slept 6 people and had 2 full bathrooms. We really liked this apartment - it was clean and as advertised. We paid 1850 euro for a week which works out to 88 euro per bedroom per night. This agency has many apartments all clustered in the same area of Paris. They might be able to find you apartments fairly close to each other big enough to accomodate everyone in your party.

Posted by debbie
phoenix, az, usa
31 posts

Have you thought of renting an apartment or a house? I used a company called Paris for Rent. The representative I worked with lives in San Francisco, CA. The entire transaction was in english with US banks. Super easy. An apartment will allow you to save money by having breakfast in the apartment, or dinner if you choose. Worth checking into if you have time. Enjoy yourselves!